The Rogue Valley Country Club's 27-hole golf course provides beauty, grand old oak trees, and excellent year-round playability. Members enjoy the classic course layout with tree-lined fairways and views of the Siskiyou Mountains. The course hosts the largest amateur match-play tournament in the country played on a single course every August. Golf play is so effeciently organized that an 18-hole round averages just under four hours.
Over 100 years after the Club first opened, members of RVCC still play the original course layout (with some changes and improvements) and have also added nine holes making Rogue Valley Country Club the only course in the area offering both an 18-hole course and a nine-hole course from which to choose. Players can choose from four tee options on either the 18-hole “Rogue Course” or the nine-hole “Oaks Course.” The nine-hole course is also set up perfectly for families and beginners with an additional “Par 3” style layout allowing the Oaks course to have five tee options. Couples and families find the Oaks Course a great benefit to membership. The course is rarely crowded and has a layout that allows you to play just a few holes at a time or all nine. Another benefit of the additional nine holes is the course is only closed for member play twice per year.
Available for practice is a driving range with target greens, three putting complexes, two practice holes, and one short-range chipping hole. The Pro Shop is a showcase of the latest golf clothing, equipment, and accessories at a very competitive member price.
With both an 18-hole and 9-hole course, you'll always have a place to play.